Prototyping with Prott



Why app prototyping before actual development?

Once you have a well crafted concept, it will shape the directions and help you prioritize how and what to design.
Focus should always be functions before pixels. While smashing looking prototypes are likeable,
they should visualize the planned innovations, wireframes, functions & flows, integrations and present the usefulness,
value and benefits for the target end-users.
Your prototype 1.0 should be simplyfied and MVP based, yet focusing on your innovative features and how the app differentiate.
A well designed prototype focusing on functions, will together with well crafted app specs, ease the process of understanding
your app, reducing the risk for miscommunication or poorly interpretations by any app developer (Full stack or not).
Your final prototype is the map for starting the actual app development. Learn more about app development.
If you already have an external tested and well crafted prototype and app specs in place,
we may suggest that we start building your Private BETA version. Pronto!
Be sure to have received high quality Proof-Of-Concept feedback before actual app developing starts.

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Mockup 1.0 from prototyping UI & UX objective process.


Prototyping not just implementing my first ideas, but elevating UI & UX and suggesting several new innovative features with great potential and added user value. The insights delivered both for strategy and technical advisory are not only great, they are excellent. A great start for my journey.


Tor-Gunnar Laumann {CEO & Founder of youFixUp}


Personas development – first step.

Identifying and defining Personas to enhance the Prototype is an important task.
Designing personas is all about learning more about target users as a process to pursue designing the obvious. What are personas?
A Persona is a representation of a user, typically based off user research and incorporating user goals, needs, and interests.
Learn more about how to design the obvious and personas.

Feature planning & prioritization – second step.

Based on the vision, purpose and refined concept and Personas development, all of these tasks will ease the
process of brainstorming app features. Templates for feature planning and feature prioritization will be provided.
The key for successful feature planning are balancing “nice to have, with need to have” features.
Core objectives are creating added user value, user benefits, excellent UX, all in an engaging way.
The templates ease the process of ideation and focus on both user value and benefits, UX objectives and innovation potential.

Prototype evaluation by external target users – third step.

Inviting external prototype testers are crucial. External feedback will help shape the design and content.
Get external feedback as early as possible.
Ask kindly and handpick the most motivated of them to alse serve as your BETA testers.
You will get tips for interviews or web surveys to streamline concept-testing,
and for validation of the feedback. Sometimes you need to delete things, other times you will get
highly useful tips and ideas that the app team overlooked.
All the high value feedback should contribute to build and refine your next version.

Output of prototyping version 1.0.

When the One Greater App service will design and develop your prototype,
it will be in close collaboration with your team. Tool for prototyping is Prott and
Trello for all project tasks.
The end result and output usually will be presented as a Mockup with highlighting innovative features and user value.
When a full clickable prototype is desirable, this can be provided for an additionally fee.
Complex prototypes will be designed by R-Style Lab and their team.